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pedro1964

A blue wednesday morning...

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Hi everyone, this is my first post in this forum. Started digital photography in 2001 using a simple sony dcp 30 3.2 MP cybershot - yes, those were the days! Then changed to a Sony F 828 Cybershot. Dropped it and went Canon for 10 years: EOS 30D, EOS 5DIII, lost the 5D due to an assault, insurance paid well, went with an original 6D. This August I bought a Sony Alpha 7sll and yes, it is a fine cam. Using at along with the Samyang FE 35mm F/2.8 AF for almost everything. Also have a Sigma 20mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art 015 along with an MC 11 adapter for nightscapes. Bought a CLS Astronomik filter as well to manage light pollution if necessary. Well, enough said for now. Here's a photograph taken yesterday morning on mount Pilatus, near Lucerne Switzerland. Hope you enjoy the view as much as I did. Kind regards, Peter in Switzerland.

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